|Born||Catherine Grace Gardner
June 10, 1982
Waterbury, Connecticut, United States
Catherine is also an accomplished stage actress. She toured with Cathy Rigby in the Broadway musical Annie Get Your Gun. In addition to her television and stage credits, Catherine has been featured in commercials such as Lay's potato chips, Lucent Technologies and AT&T. She has a passion for travel, and a desire to explore cultures.
Catherine remains active in hosting television programs for The Learning Channel, Nickelodeon, and national telethons including the Variety Club Telethon. She has recently sang and performed for Tan Keng Yam Tony, President of Singapore, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of MINDS.
and continues to perform worldwide for various events.
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Catherine Gardner is an accomplished editor for authors who have been given sentimental forewords of text by a Nobel Peace Laureate, Professor Muhammed Yunnus, including Splendours of the Past, The Bangladesh Sundarbans, and Boats: A Treasure of Bangladesh.
She produced the film "The Speech" starring Brian Gaskill.